r/Bitcoin - How is a $2,600,000,000,000 market cap for BTC ...

Australian Exchange IGOT A SCAM? 28 days withdrawal and still counting...


Have anyone face this problem with Australian Exchange known as IGOT? I have sold my bitcoin there and request for fiat withdrawal on May 02 2015 and I haven't yet received my money until now?
Is this IGOT a scam? has anyone use this exchange and face this problem?
your experience with them is much appreciated
Regards SH
submitted by shtan to BitcoinMarkets [link] [comments]

IGOT possible ponzi scheme with delay payment up to 2 month and counting....

www.igot.com have announce that their wallet have being upgrade successfully but until today many people have not yet receive their bitcoin and cash withdrawal, I urge the public to be careful on using their services.
submitted by sh000t to BitcoinMarkets [link] [comments]

iGOT is not trustworthy. If you deposit, you will lose your money.

There is SO many fragmented posts in here it is getting a little ridiculous. iGOT is a scam. They might not have intended to be, but they are running a platform that is VERY unstable, and you WILL lose your money if you deposit. Please do a google, bitcointalk, or reddit search before considering trusting them with your business. You WILL be asking, and begging for your money back. They WILL tell you they are having withdraw issues. You WILL have to email them about 50 times, and after a few months, they MIGHT refund you. There is over 10 people on here that have lost BIG money to them. Do not deposit to their platform, or you will lose your money. dan_igot - sup buddy, there's a lot of people out money, anything to say to them? https://www.reddit.com/BitcoinMarkets/comments/3e5i31/igot_withdrawal_delay_up_to_2_months_and_counting/ https://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/3eyg5l/robbed_by_igot/
Now I ask, because if you search a number of bitcoin terms, WHY are directories and news outlets still linking to these guys in press releases. You are benefiting their SEO. They might have paid you for a PR, but it is time to remove the links and publish a story about the people who are missing their money.
Edit: I imagine the downvotes are alright with people getting fucked for their money? Does anyone in here care about letting people know an exchange is literally stealing people's money, or just leave it until the next new comer loses 10 grand?
submitted by bitcoin_cmo to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

IGOT Scam continue with list of VICTIM.

This topic resume with the post below where many people money being stuck in www.igot.com
-------- All victim update 11 June 2015 -----------
1) shtan (Received withdrawal)
2) didigotscam
3) sh000t (10 btc Pending)
4) horics (37k Pending 2 Month)
5) pissedoffwithigot
6) nickgoh (Received bitcoin)
7) winnie_pool (Received withdrawal)
8) teboh (48K Pending 6 weeks)
9) balls_deeep
10) caml (Received Bitcoin)
11) selper
12) GuSSniper ($3,5K NZD and 1,5BTC)
13) lhouket (20.84193742 BTC)
14) igot_user_03773356 (USD16K Pending 50 Days)
15) PriGeo (AUD 4.6K)
Many Victim have not being paid that is including me, any more victim that have bitcoin and money that get stuck in igot you are welcome to post here.
submitted by sh000t to BitcoinMarkets [link] [comments]

[Unofficial] Website Update‏

I've held off on post this for as long as I could, but the events of the last 24 hours have pushed me over the edge on this one.
First, a little background. As u/a432511 hinted in his earlier post, I've been pushing him pretty hard to get vertcoin.org looking somewhere near professional. I started by expressing my concerns last Thursday in this post: If I were to write vertcoin.org.....[LONG POST WARNING!]
In response to this post, I was invited to "mock something up with a little more detail and some copy", so I initially submitted some draft content for a couple of pages. Then, over the weekend I got chatting to u/sncs, and we decided to mock up an alternative version of vertcoin.org. That version can be found at http://new-vtc.cryptomasters.net . I shared this with u/a432511 on Sunday so that he could continue to pull content from it. Now I feel I need to share it here with the community to highlight quite a few issues with the official website, and what we've done to address them in our version:
Issues with official website which are remedied in our version:
Home Page: Scrolls on forever. I was always under the impression that, if you're going to use sub-pages for additional content, they should be used. I can see no good reason for the "Learn More" button to scroll visitors down the page. Our version of the home page has no content below the fold.
While we're on the subject of buttons, our version of the home page has buttons for "What is Vertcoin?" and "Stealth Addresses", both of which throw up the relevant videos in a new window (there's also a link in the SX header which does the same). I know there was an opinion expressed earlier that the "What is Vertcoin" vid is a little outdated, but I say unless/until an updated version is available, links for these two videos both belong prominently on our homepage. They should not be omitted, or tucked away on a subpage.
Get Started: Our version of this page contains the wallets and some basic do's and don'ts, which I think are a worthwhile addition to make the site more welcoming to newbies. This page could also do with a video tutorial, similar (though less long-winded) to this one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s_Bq_9CAZ5k
Why Vertcoin?: This page simply doesn't exist on the official site, but it's a fundamental question that we should be addressing for any visitors that are new to this coin (or crypto in general).
Use Vertcoin: This page doesn't yet exist on the official site either. Our version has this split into separate sub-pages for Business and Individuals. The official website makes no effort to sell the utility of this coin. The fact that there's not even a merchants page yet (yes, a link to a Merchant Monday post on reddit is STILL about as good as it gets on the official site) is inexcusable.
Buy/Trade: This page was based on the original "Invest" page, with one important difference; we direct new users to a fiat>>>BTC exchange that is open to more than just US residents (https://www.igot.com). Also, I think it's important to suggest to new users that they should try to make a direct fiat to VTC purchase. Our version does this, whilst acknowledging that it may not be possible if the user lives in the wrong location.
The content of this page has been moved to "Get Started" on the official site, but it still sends new users to coinbase by default. These are global currencies we're dealing with here, so if we're going to attract Vertcoin buyers globally, coinbase is just not the most appropriate exchange to be recommending.
Mining: This is the big one. We've just had nearly 2K VTC of the marketing budget spanked on an advertising campaign to bring more miners to our website. The ad is now live on coinwarz.com. Leaving aside the argument about whether or not advertising to miners was the best use of the budget, there is a much more basic flaw to this advertising strategy. On the official site - the one that our coinwarz ad points to - THERE IS NOT A SINGLE MINING POOL listed on our site. Now don't get me wrong, I'm a huge fan of p2pool, and you'll notice the p2pool map takes pride of place on our version of this page. But to advertise to miners, and then not have a simple list of pools is again inexcusable.
Hypothetically speaking, if our version were ever to go live, there would be the following "to do" list for it (that I know of):
Content: The plain text pages on our site would need sprucing up with some images/graphics to make them more visually appealing. Please keep in mind that in the first instance this alternative site was produced to provide copy. We'd definitely want to add a video tutorial for the wallet to the "Get Started" page sooner rather than later too. Also, for the purposes of our mock up, the pool list on the mining page is just a text list. This would need to be set up to pull data for auto updates, similar to the way the list on http://vertcoin.com used to work.
Mobile Version: We'd need to do some minor work to make the site work properly on mobile devices, and resolve some scaling issues on smaller screens.
Extra pages: We didn't put the Blog page on our site, or any social media. I'd maybe suggest a catch all page for this called "Communication", or something similar? Also, If I'd had more time to write content, I'd have taken a stab at writing something like https://bitcoin.org/en/faq.
Other than that, I believe it would be relatively trivial to get our version live.
It's regrettable that I've had to write this post. Please understand that there is no agenda in doing this to undermine or mock a423511 in any way. I can see he's been trying his best. I am purely motivated to do everything I can to help make our official site as good as it possibly can be. Again, hypothetically, if he did want to use our site, we'd be happy to hand it over wholesale and leave future editing/content in his hands.
Any feedback on the alternative version of the site we created is most welcome. A special thanks to u/sncs for his hard work creating it!
submitted by depboy to vertcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin trading in Australia

Hey reddit,
Just curious on what market I should be going with to purchase Bitcoins in Australia these days, there are a few choices and I, as with anyone, want the best price. I also don't want to deposit money into some scam site and lose it all.
Any assistance would be great, below is a list of the markets I'm aware of;
submitted by mitch223 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin: Is the bull market about to start? Best Way To Buy Bitcoin Instantly (I Ditched Coinbase ... You Have No Idea How High Bitcoin Can Climb. I’m Bullish ... Death of CEO sends bitcoin exchange into chaos - YouTube Bitcoin  BitcoinPrice  4445USD  Some Audio

How is it even realistic that Bitcoin will get to the 2.6 trillion dollar market cap necessary for each BTC to be worth 200k USD as some have suggested (or even worse for them to be worth 1 million each). This seems delusional but I have unfortunately been sucked in. Please tell me that it MAY be possible. BEWARE: iGot Bitcoin BTC market stole my money in what looks like the start of an exit scam. Firstly, I am not one for publicly defaming but in this situation iGot has left me gutted and sick with stress and I wouldn’t wish it on anyone. So here is the rundown of events: Opened account. Went through verification process and received level 2 (highest) verification. Deposited a large sum of ... First there was a nascent technology with limited adoption, then some market excitement, and before the final boom, a massive crash. Bitcoin saw its massive crash in 2017, it’s time for its final boom. If you want to know more, you can read my full article here. I write about Bitcoin, economics, and my journey in entrepreneurship with lastbit.io Australian-founded bitcoin exchange Igot appears on the verge of collapse, with dozens of customers and clients claiming to be owed hundreds of thousands of dollars. The market cap of a cryptocurrency is calculated by multiplying the number of coins or tokens in existence by its current price. $0.00. 0.00%. 24hr Volume. Volume is defined as the number of digital coins that have been traded within the last 24 hours. $0.00. 0.00%. Bitcoin. BTC. $0.00000000. 0.00%. Bitcoin Cash. BCH. $0.00000000. 0.00%. I want to buy. Bitcoin. BTC. I want to spend. USD. For ...

[index] [14831] [49997] [29954] [3569] [30040] [22653] [9620] [2388] [15306] [47819]

Bitcoin: Is the bull market about to start?

Clients of QuadrigaCX, Canada's largest cryptocurrency exchange, are panicking over $250 million in frozen assents after the death of the company's CEO, Gera... HOW TO BUY BITCOIN 2019 - EASY Ways to Invest In Cryptocurrency For Beginners! Get $10 of free Bitcoin when you buy or sell at least $100 of cryptocurrency o... Amazon Blockchain Patent APPROVED! Bitcoin White Paper Referenced & Potential Russia Ban on Crypto. - Duration: 18:51. Digital Asset News 32,990 views. New This video is unavailable. Watch Queue Queue. Watch Queue Queue Start trading Bitcoin and cryptocurrency here: http://bit.ly/2Vptr2X Bitcoin is the first decentralized digital currency. All Bitcoin transactions are docume...